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Thermal Sensor K-150-6 [message #11378] Tue, 07 July 2009 20:31 Go to next message
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Hello there: 1st post and hope it is getting out correctly.
Have a DOA Elmwood Sensor 2455 on this combo K-150-6 serial 81628. Shop tech has substituted a sensor from another application for brief test. It powers up previouly dead amp, plays fine. Can anyone give me the schematic values for this sensor (better yet, schematic!)or recommend a replacement part (maker & number) and source? It is round with two spade connectors; screws down with retainer ring. I'm not a tech so I apologize in advance if I've left out info you need. Flying blind, you see. Your assist is much appreciated. Thanks, in advance.
Re: Thermal Sensor K-150-6 [message #11383 is a reply to message #11378] Wed, 08 July 2009 05:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Its also called a thremal circuit breaker, Mouser sales carrys them and I think its rated to go open at 155 or so degrees.
Re: Thermal Sensor K-150-6 [message #11384 is a reply to message #11378] Wed, 08 July 2009 09:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thank you, stevem. I appreciate your information and effort. This site is a treasure.
Re: Thermal Sensor K-150-6 [message #11407 is a reply to message #11378] Fri, 10 July 2009 21:00 Go to previous message
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Hello stevem: I ordered from Mouser Electronics. Excellent service and tech advice. Fast delivery. Good people to trade with. Installed and she is now cook'n! Appears to be the potion needed. FYI out there: Stancor Disc Thermostat. Opens at 145-155F. Auto reset. Mfg P/N STO-150. Mouser P/N 802-STO-150. Works for us. Use your own expertise, of course. I'm not qualified to advise. Thank you again.
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